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Portland local Jared Blank runs marathon on treadmill

Portland man runs marathon on treadmill to raise money for children with dyslexia Jared Blank runs a marathon on a treadmill, fundraising for children with dyslexia because he's been in their shoes. See Video PORTLAND, Ore. — If you got up this morning and went for a run, congratulations on the dedication. If you ran a marathon, well that's impressive ...
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Dyslexia Training! Understanding & Recognizing Dyslexia + An Intro to Structured Literacy

Dyslexia Training! Understanding & Recognizing Dyslexia + An Intro to Structured Literacy December 7 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm PST Understanding and Recognizing Dyslexia + Introduction to Structured Literacy Presented by The International Dyslexia Association – Oregon Branch This training includes a simulation, a presentation on understanding dyslexia, a movie based on the teachings of Diana King, and a presentation on structured literacy ...
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Dyslexia Family Day @IDA Conference!

Dyslexia Family Day at the IDA Conference in Portland, Oregon Nov 7, 2019: 8am - 8pm Oregon Convention Center Enjoy a day of listening, learning and inspiration by dyslexia experts from around the world.  This is a great opportunity for local families and students to participate in a full day of the conference at a special rate. FULL DAY AGENDA! 8:00-11:30: Dyslexia ...
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SW Washington Student Dyslexia Card

IDA Oregon – SW Washington Student Dyslexia Card– Created just for students! Download and print this card to help you talk to your teachers. Fold in half for easy access. Keep it with you at school, keep in your backpack and have it ready whenever you may need it. Handy when you have a substitute teacher too! Sometimes students must advocate ...
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Oregon Student Dyslexia Card

IDA Oregon – Student Dyslexia Card– Created just for students! Download and print this card to help you talk to your teachers. Fold in half for easy access. Keep it with you at school, keep in your backpack and have it ready whenever you may need it. Handy when you have a substitute teacher too! Sometimes students must advocate for ...
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